MTI Unveils Enterprise Building Block Storage Architecture

Tuesday Apr 10th 2001 by James Alan Miller

MTI expanded the connectivity options available for its SAN & NAS technologies

MTI Technology Corp. today announced its Enterprise Building Block (EBB) storage architecture based on high-availability Fibre Channel fabric switches.

According to MTI, it has expanded the connectivity options available for use with MTI's integrated Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) technologies by engineering its EBB to enable highly-available and scalable SAN implementations and by also providing up to 64 ports for connecting servers and storage.

MTI says the new enhancements expand the range and scope of MTI's Connection Services, which are an integral component of each MTI Vivant storage solution. Connection Services provides high availability data access between open systems host servers and fault tolerant MTI Vivant storage servers.

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